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    I'm making a project on Scotland, but I haven't found information family and the ladies position. Are men head of the family? Are ladies only in their homes or do they work also? Please tell me all you can about the Scottish family

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    Originally posted by Anttoni
    I'm making a project on Scotland, but I haven't found information family and the ladies position.

    Are men head of the family?
    - sometimes they think they are. Ha.

    Originally posted by Anttoni
    Are ladies only in their homes or do they work also?
    - Most women work outside the home, unless, perhaps, they have very young children and stay at home to look after them.

    Which country are you in that makes such questions worth asking? We're even allowed to vote, run companies and go to parliament these days, you know.

    Originally posted by Anttoni
    Please tell me all you can about the Scottish family
    - I'm not sure what you want to know. In general, families are becoming smaller, with more people choosing to have fewer children or none at all.

    If you are keen enough, or perhaps if you are suffering from insomnia you could look at official websites, such as http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/St...cs/17814/10178

    and

    http://www.statistics.gov.uk/CCI/nugget.asp?ID=1162


    Have fun!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Anttoni
      I'm making a project on Scotland, but I haven't found information family and the ladies position. Are men head of the family? Are ladies only in their homes or do they work also? Please tell me all you can about the Scottish family
      I'll get back to you on this, after I get my wife's permission.

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        So I guess that Scotland doesn't depart from the other western europe on this issue? I'm from Finland myself, and i believe that the situation is the same here.

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